2012 Elite Skills Camp
Gain an advantage over the competition. With school starting and basketball practice right around the corner, this is the type of camp that will give you the tools necessary to get ready for the season as well as help you develop skills that will separate you from the competition.
• This camp will push you to leave your comfort zone while helping you learn new skills in a competitive, passionate and fun environment.
• Successful teams are comprised of players that maximize their talent and this camp will help you develop the confidence and skills needed to flourish as a player.
• We will push you to learn more about yourself and motivate you to compete so that when your season starts, you are in the best position to help your team succeed.
We teach transferable skills. Meaning, no matter what type of offensive philosophy or defensive scheme your team uses in the regular season, the skills we will teach you will translate into team success. We will work to make you a stronger individual player which will make your team a stronger unit.
Who: Girls and boys 6th-12th grade. Skills camp limited to 50 girls and 50 boys each session. Elite limited to 15 girls and 15 boys each session.
What: Skills camp is for committed players looking for high intensity skill development, ball control drills, finishing moves around the basket and innovative teaching. Elite camps is for advanced players and includes; reading the defense, scoring off of the dribble, combo moves and getting open.
When: October 6-7, 2012. Session 1 Boys 9am-noon (Elite and Skills) and Session 2 Girls 1pm-4pm (Elite and Skills)
Cost: $55 in advance. $70 after October 3rd or at the door. Includes skill and drill packet and camp recognition.
Coaching Staff: The camp will be directed by Arvin Mosley, Jr, head men’s basketball coach at The Evergreen State
College, and will feature Chris Hyppa, founder and elite skills coach for Chris Hyppa Basketball. The coaching staff will
also include local high school coaches, local collegiate and professional players.